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Great cycling deals from Radial Cycles, Altura, & Castelli

We've got a very limited-time offer on a Radial Cycles bike + great deals on women's Altura jerseys & Castelli race wear...

Radial Cycles get today's DealCatcher up and running - or rolling, if you'd prefer - with a huge, limited-time offer on their Revere Carbon 1.1 road bike.

A full price Radial Revere Carbon 1.1 offers fantastic value, so we'd seriously reccommend you take a look at this deal as soon as possible because it expires on April 22nd!

Once you've had a look at Radial's excellent offer you'll be free to explore the rest of our wares, which are cycling jerseys today.

Over at Ribble Cycles you've got a choice of two excellent Altura women's jerseys - jerseys which we reviewed very positively here at road.cc.

And finally, Cycle Surgery have got a cracking 30% off Castelli's Free AR 4.0 cycling jersey. 

 

Radial Cycles - Promoted deal

40% off the Radial Revere Carbon 1.1 105
WAS £1399.00 | NOW £850.00

Whether you're looking for a bargain bike build, or a fantastic carbon frame with the view to build it up to something bigger and better over the years, the Radial Revere is a fantastic option.

The classy carbon frame, built by Radial themselves, is of exceptional quality and, combined with the carbon fork and headset, it weighs in under that all-important 1000g mark.

You'll be getting Shimano's 105 groupset with this set-up, although the Revere is also available with SRAM Apex and Rival, as well as an Easton AXR Aero road wheelset, Kenda tyres, as well as free shipping.

We had a play with the Radial Revere Carbon 1.1, but the SRAM Apex-running iteration. We really enjoyed the short time we spent with it. You can check that out here:

- Read more: road.cc's SRAM Apex First Ride

Rember, this deal will only be valid until the 22nd!

Also, if you're after some more Radial Cycles bargains, check out their promoted deals page. If gravel cycling or inner-city commuting are more your thing, they've got you covered there:

- Check out: Radial Cycles promoted deals

 

Ribble

56% off Altura's Synchro Women's Jersey
WAS £35.99 | NOW £17.54

The weather's improving, which means those trusty long sleeved jerseys are coming towards the end of their usable lifespan - this year at least... we hope.

So, you'll be needing to update your wardrobe for some late-spring, early-summer appropriate items.

You could do a lot worse than these Altura Synchro jerseys.

Reviewed by us back in December 2014, they got the thumbs up as a comfortable jersey with tight fitting stretch fabric that offers a performance fit without any constrictions.

- Read more: road.cc's Altura Synchro Jersey review

 

Cycle Surgery

30% off Castelli's Free AR 4.0 Jersey
WAS £89.99 | NOW £62.99

Finally, trusty Castelli get involved in the DealCatcher fun with their fantastic Free AR 4.0 Jersey, which isn't quite as free as the name would have you believe.

That said, even though Cycle Surgery aren't giving the jersey away, they're offering it to you lot for a considerable chunk less than normal.

The AR in the Free AR jersey stands for Aero Race. We've got a bit of experience reviewing Castelli's Aero Race range here at road.cc, so we'd like to impart a little of what we've learned to you now.

We saw the Aero Race 5.0 come through our doors, and our esteemed reviewer Jez Ash took to reviewing the top for us.

He said that the surprisingly tight fitting 5.0 worked incredibly well on the aerodynamic front, while perhaps not being the best bet for an all-day ride.

The Free 4.0 appears to focus slightly more on the comfort side of things while keeping its aerodynamic heritage intact.

For a better feel of what the AR range can offer you, check out Jez's review below:

- Read more: road.cc's Castelli Aero Race 5.0 review

Elliot joined team road.cc bright eyed, bushy tailed, and straight out of university.

Raised in front of cathode ray tube screens bearing the images of Miguel Indurain and Lance Armstrong, Elliot's always had cycling in his veins.
His balance was found on a Y-framed mountain bike around South London suburbs in the 90s, while his first taste of freedom came when he claimed his father's Giant hybrid as his own at age 16.

When Elliot's not writing for road.cc about two-wheeled sustainable transportation, he's focussing on business sustainability and the challenges facing our planet in the years to come.